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Christians Still Being Butchered

September 6, 2020


This blog reminds us to pray for our Christian family across the world.

Are You Ready to Be Chipped? It’s Already Being Done!

July 17, 2020


This blog shows just how close we are coming to the end of the age!

Haiti’s Tent Cities Beyond Belief

May 8, 2019


This blog looks back at my shocking visit to Haiti following the earthquake.

Lady Gaga: “A Christian Woman”

January 22, 2019


This blog questions claims of those who maintain they are believers.

President H.W. Bush and Heaven

December 3, 2018


This blog examines a crucial question.

For Those Who View Israel as the Bad Guy

May 14, 2018


This blog takes a deeper look at Israel's enemies.

A Son’s Death, A Father’s Journey

April 27, 2013


By David Ettinger Through his son Richie, Bob Myers has taken many journeys. • There was the journey of living and coping with his son’s homosexuality. • There was the journey of realizing his shortcomings as a father. • There was the journey of watching his son battle the punishing ravages of AIDS. • There […]

Lydia House Provides Transition From Jail

April 24, 2013


By David Ettinger It is a cold fact of post-jail life: Once inmates are released, too often they are left on their own. Sometimes they are released in the middle of the night with no one to greet them and nowhere to go. It is no wonder many former inmates find themselves incarcerated again a […]

Judge Gives Life to Christ Weeks Before Death

April 10, 2013


By David Ettinger It’s a salvation story of epic 11th-hour proportions. Its cast includes a lifelong unsaved judge, a wife desperate to see her husband come to faith in Jesus Christ, and a faithful Southern Baptist pastor who spoke the right words at just right time. Bob Wattles of Orlando, Fla., was a longtime Orange […]

Caylee Anthony Remembered at First Baptist Orlando

February 21, 2013


By David Ettinger (Published Feb. 11, 2009) Despite fears of protests and disruptions, the memorial for Caylee Marie Anthony turned out to be a calm respite despite the storm that has engulfed the Anthony family. The February 10 morning service at First Baptist Church of Orlando was every bit a call for people to give […]